The Covid Chronology :: New Edition Posted

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Here is the beta version of the 2021 timeline.

Oct. 6. was a big day.

Note from New York, June 13, 2024 — We have finally done a major overhaul removing the spacing errors described below. There are no new content updates, but we are working on the Oct. 6, 2020 entry.

Note from New York, Aug. 8, 2023 — Version 5.2.3 and version 5.3.0 (which is a series) are the same thing. Most of the problems exported from Word to Pages are resolved, though the 5.3+ series will continue to address minor issues. (These appear as words stuck together that are not detected by spellcheck.) I have not had much chance to add newly recalled events; if you have sent any in, please send them again. Thank you! — efc

Note from New York, July 20, 2023 — Version 5.2.3 — This edition corrects a diversity of issues created by moving the live version from MS Word to Apple Pages. There may be more problems to find; I am working on version 5.3.0, which will also have a number of added events. Sorry about issues in the prior version.

Note from New York, July 5, 2023 — Version 5.2.2 — This edition corrects a little problem in the prior one — none of the links were clickable. We’ve moved editing from Word to Pages and the error should be resolved.

Interview with Sam Bailey on the chronology appears at the bottom of the post. The chronology is also covered in The End of Covid.

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Eric Francis with Dr. Sam Bailey — How Digital Conditions Influenced the Lockdown Crisis

Eric Francis in a new appearance on the Sam Bailey Channel

Dear Friend and Reader:

This week I am again the guest on Dr. Sam Bailey’s channel, talking about how full digital conditions influenced the lockdown crisis. This discussion is based on my study of the work of philosophers Marshall and Eric McLuhan, who pioneered the field of media studies and taught me about life under full digital conditions.

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Don’t Look Back | By Eric Francis Coppolino

This photo of a man purportedly laying dead on the street of Wuhan, China, was taken Jan. 30, 2020 as the “virus” was being rolled out in the international media. Photograph by Héctor Retamal.

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“To most people reading the news, the fact of the governor shutting down Broadway and the rest of New York’s world-famous entertainment and professional sports industries was proof enough of a serious problem.”

“To most astrologers, the aspect associated with what was called a coronavirus pandemic was Saturn conjunct Pluto in Capricorn. The conjunction, which happens about once every 38 years, was exact on Jan. 12, 2020. It was the “great reset” of the Saturn-Pluto cycle most famous in recent memory for its presence in the chart for Sept. 11, 2001.”

And Now it’s Time for Monkeypox!

Meme illustrating response to “monkeypox,” showing where Bill Gates found the virus.

By Eric F. Coppolino | Updates at Covid19 News
Research by Cindy Tice Ragusa

We are tracking the “monkeypox” situation that emerged last week, seemingly out of nowhere. It has not; it has a long history. We’re following both mainstream news developments, as well as our reliable sources, and reaching out to our scientific contacts for specific information related to the nature of the test.

This story emerged May 7, just as New York was bringing back “mask” recommendations. Nobody has been talking lockdown, yet; we wonder if that much terror or sense of phony civic duty could be mustered up a second time. However, they are trying to ruin the first seemingly normal summer festival scene since 2019.

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What does it mean to follow the science? Lessons from IBT Labs

From the civil testimony of toxicologist Phillip S.Smith in a lawsuit against Monsanto for fraud in safety studies used for FDA and EPA certifications.
From the civil testimony of toxicologist Phillip S. Smith in a lawsuit against Monsanto for fraud in safety studies used for FDA and EPA certifications.

Dear Friend and Listener:

Last week on Planet Waves FM, we featured an interview with Peter von Stackelberg (player above), who in the late 1970s was busy covering grain futures for the Regina, Saskatchewan Leader-Post. He heard that there were some pesticides that may have had their registration pulled, and he looked into it.

As a result of that one decision, he broke open one of the strangest, most far-reaching scandals in scientific history — though today few people have heard of it. It involved a total regulatory failure of the FDA and EPA approval process for agricultural chemicals, food and cosmetic additives, industrial chemicals and many others.

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